Someone to Love


"HENRY JAGLOM'S 'SOMEONE TO LOVE,' AT LONG LAST, PUTS A HUMAN FACE BACK ONTO AMERICAN FILM! IT IS A GENUINELY LOVING MOVIE, LIGHTLY SATIRIC AND RADIANTLY ALIVE AND JAGLOM OFFERS US ALL A SPECIAL AND WONDERFUL ADDED GIFT: THE TREASURE OF ORSON WELLES' COMPANY IN HIS FAREWELL PERFORMANCE WITH ALL HIS MASKS AND FALSE NOSES AND GREASEPAINT REMOVED - SOPHISTICATED, COMMANDING, ENDEARING, POIGNANTLY FUNNY, WARM AND SLY!"

-Michael Wilmington, Los Angeles Times

AWARDS:

Official Selection
Cannes Film Festival


SYNOPSIS:

Someone to Love, centers around a movie director’s (Henry Jaglom) puzzled search for romance and his attempt to find out why life and love haven’t worked out quite like anyone expected. Aiding in his quest on this very special Valentine’s Day are his non live-in girlfriend (Andrea Marcovicci), his brother (Michael Emil), a famous actress (Sally Kellerman), and his old friend and mentor (Orson Welles). Welles talks about men, women, love and his movies, summing up the wit and wisdom of a lifetime, as if he somehow knew this was to be his final screen role!


Cast:


Orson Welles, Henry Jaglom, Sally Kellerman, Michael Emil, Andrea Marcovicci, Oja Kodar. Introducing Dave Frishberg and Stephan Bishop.

1988 110 min. Color R

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